Symposium U

Nano-Ceramics and Nanohybrids for Energy, Water, Environment and Healthcare

The scope of this symposium is focused on all advanced nano-ceramics, nanohybrids, and composites for energy, water, environment and healthcare, including their novel designs, new fabrications, structures at varying nano-, meso-, micro- and macro-scales, and applications in the rapidly changing landscapes. They include both those mainstream ceramics, composites, and also those newly emerging ones, which are making game-changes.

This symposium includes but not limited to the following topics:

  • Nano-ceramic materials, and functional inorganic materials;
  • Nano inorganic-organic hybrids;
  • Nanocrystalline, mesocrystals and single crystals;
  • Nanocapsules and nanoreactors for targeted diagnosis and therapy;
  • Mesostructures for energy, water and environment;
  • Synthesis and fabrication of nano-ceramics and nanohybrids; and
  • Self-assembling and templating of nanomaterials.


John Wang
National University of Singapore, Singapore

Xu Li
Institute of Materials Research & Engineering, A*STAR, Singapore


Hong Liu
Shangdong University, China

Jerome Claverie
University of Sherbrooke, Canada

T. Randall Lee
University of Houston, USA


John Wang
National University of Singapore, Singapore

Back to Symposia List